3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A fitting penultimate volume,
This review is from: The Day Without Yesterday: The Sky's Dark Labyrinth Book III: 3 (The Sky's Dark Labyrinth Trilogy) (Kindle Edition)
As within the first two books, this really brings alive the people, the processes as well as the material of physics - and, in an exemplary way, the relations between science and religion.
I consider my self reasonably familiar with the physics and basics of the histories; and recommend these volumes strongly for anyone who wants a very readable, engaging, correct and insightful introduction... Not least of all for those who want to think about science & religion in a more considered way than as presented by the ranting, radical atheists - and u say that as an atheists!
One can only hope that Stuart will find more material for this kind if book. It's a service to science and the public.